Unfortunately, this situation is realistic for all people using social networking. Twitter and facebook accounts are not hacked (online Facebook hacker), and now there is nothing hacked. I received a message that I was hacked by a online Facebook hacker from my friend’s account. This message usually requires you to be able to do it somewhere in my body or to see my video and click the link. Also, messages usually contain more than one spelling error.
Please be very careful when you receive these messages, even if they come from reliable friends who are not generally involved in such actions. Most messages are malware or viruses that infect computers or access accounts and send unnecessary messages to all friends and subscribers. Please note that if you scroll and click on one of the links, especially if you receive a security alert on the website, it will be displayed in the virus scanning software.
If Twitter account is hacked:
- Please visit Twitter’s information page and solve the problem.
- Disconnect on Twitter
- Clear the browser’s cache (browser history, cookie, personal information) and close the browser.
For Internet Explorer Go to Tools – Internet Options and click the Remove from Browsing History button. Select all fields except InPrivate filter data and click “Delete” button.
For Firefox, go to Tools – Last log deleted, click the down arrow next to the details, select all check boxes, select everything and clear the timeline.
- Open a new browser window, log in to Twitter and change your password. You can also set a new password before logging in again using the password reset function.
- Go to the configuration page and confirm the connection. Turn off access to unknown third party applications.
- After taking all necessary steps to recover your account, please send a support request to inform you that you requested delivery of direct mail. You can also include information on each state that is not published in the application itself.
- Also update passwords for all 3rd party applications. Third party applications (eg Facebook, Twitterrific, Twhirl etc.) trying to access tweets with previous passwords will be banned on account.
If your Facebook account is hacked by a online Facebook hacker:
- Visit the Facebook information page and solve the problem.
- If you have access to your login email address, please request a Facebook email with a reset code with a “Forgot password” link. If you are unable to access your account, use the link above.
- Clear the browser cache (browser history, cookies and personal information) and close the browser as above.
- Your account may be attacked by phishing websites, worms and malware. To check if everything is safe, read the Facebook alert section.
Please be careful when using Twitter or Facebook. Believe in instinct. If you do not see something or you do not feel uncomfortable, please ignore it or ignore it. Trying to recover damaged accounts can reduce hours and headache.